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Full text of "The History Of Western Education"

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INDEX

Nobles, education of, 232, 262
Nominalism and realism, 133
Norsemen, no, 125-26
Northern Renaissance, 168, 184
Notre-Dame, Cathedral school of, 135,

138
Novices, Training of monastic, 104,

107
Nuremberg, 191, 194, 350

Object-lesson, 324-26, 328

Occupations, 357, 388

Offa, 122

Old education (Athens), 17-21, 30

Opposites, Law of, 354-55

Orator, Education of an (Quintilian),

70, 72-74, 163
Oratorians, 256, 258
Orbis Pictur (Comenius),  245,  252,

307-08

Ordinances, School, 188, 191, 199
Old Testament, Education in, 52, 387
Organization School, 199
Organization, University, 236
Origen, 84, 86

Origin of Species (Darwin), 383, 387
Original sin, 258, 362
Other-worldliness, 101, 212
Owen, Robert, 369, 371, 373
Oxford, 124, 141, 148-53, 280

Pagan   education   and   Christianity,

82-84, 88-95
Paganism in the classics, 82, 89, 105,

109, 168, 193, 230, 246
Palace School, 118-19, 121-23, 125,

132

Palestra, 17-18, 20
Pansophia, 246, 251
Pantaenus, 84

Parallel of race and individual, 392
Paris, 135-36, 138-48, 185, 211, 217,

255, 2^3, 280
Parkhurst, H., 407
Pascal, 257, 260
Passions and reason, 37-40
Patriotism, 313
Paulinus, 90
Paulsen, Professor, 283
Peacham, Henry, 232
Pearson, K., 408
Pedagogy, Chair of, 311, 339
Peebles, 157-58
Pepin, 118, 120

Perfection as educational ideal, 344
Periods of life, 250, 298, 304, 355-56,

362, 370, 399-400
Perotti, 167-68
Pestalozzi, 317-38, 335, 337^40, 345>

3Si, 357, 360, 372, 386, 390, 396

Peter of Blois, 148
Petty, Sir William, 270
Philanthropinum, 309-16, 317
Philosophy, 68, 70, 336, 361
Phonetic method of teaching reading,

260
Physical training, 228, 231, 266, 308.

See Body, Training of
Pietism in education, 282
Piety, Cultured, 193, 196, 209
Plato, 18, 32-36, 39, 4i> 84, *73, 193,

215, 296, 349
Platter, 183
Play, Education through,   310,   358,

398

Pleasure and pain in education, 38
Pliny, 63, 181
Plotinus, 86

Plutarch, 14-15, 62, 64,164, 227, 292
Poland, 243-45, 294
Politician, 168
Politics and education, 305
Poole, R. L., in, 122, 417
Poor children. Education of, 155, 282
Popes and universities, 142-44
Popular education, 122,154, 192, 246,

254, 270, 280-82, 303, 305-06
Porphyry, 86, 132, 147
Port Royal, Little Schools of, 257
Practical education, 178
Practical subjects in education, 63,

176, 185, 253, 264, 270-71, 283
Priests as teachers, 157
Primitive education, i, 7
Princes* schools, 190
Private education, 191, 262, 318
Progymnasien, 337
Project method, 404-05
Prophets, Jewish, 53, 89
Protagoras, 18-19, 33
Protestantism and education, 186
Proverbs, 56-59
Prudentius, 92
Ptolemy, 49-50, 79  ,
Pubertal initiations, i, 8-9
Punishment, 13, 59, 73. 76, 142* 207,

226, 275, 335,372

Puritans and education, 230, 269-72
Pythagoreans, 23

Quadrivium, 117, 147, 164-65, 219-

220, 263

Questionnaires, 391
Questions, Children's, 266
Quintilian, 67, 70-73, 76, 78, 96, 163,

165, 168, 215, 221, 260

Rabelais, 217-22
Raikes, Robert, 282